Packing Tips You’ll Ever Need

Whether you hire a moving company or not, you can save a lot of time and stress on the date of relocation if you have packed properly. The risk of something breaking apart if your friends are carrying and carrying and packing the car also diminishes significantly. Here are tips that will make your move go smoothly.

  • Pack all that goes in flyers, and use proper cartons! See our instructional video for folding a moving carton.
  • Empty all storage furniture such as lockers, bureaus, and wardrobes. Because they will not be worn as they stand on the ground, it’s not good to have things in them.
  • Fix solid drawers and cabinet doors unless they are removed/removed. This is best done with plastic film instead of tape that can leave marks and tear off color.
  • Pack clothes that should be hung in wardrobe cartons. Boxes for the purpose are best purchased from a moving company.
  • Assemble any furniture mounted in the apartment/house and may be too large to get out of one piece. If you move to a villa, townhouse or floor apartment and need to take things upstairs, such as beds and wardrobes, it may be good to check in advance if this is possible.
  • Tape or squeeze curtains and other long-tapered things together.
  • Pack the boards with corrugated cardboard to protect the canvas and frame.
  • Roll up mattresses and tie them together or pull over bags to keep them together.
  • Remove the glass from the microwave and pack it with plates and other kitchenware.
  • Remove lampshades from luminaires and remove bulbs from sockets. Wrap the light bulbs in cardboard instead.
  • Also, consider protecting surfaces in your old and above all new homes. Roll out and tape substantial protective paper on sensitive floors, install a shelter in the elevator if necessary and protection on other areas at risk, such as the wall of a razor staircase.

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